Another wasted opportunity.
"Forest Streams" would be a more appropriate name for this set.
LONG have we needed a true forest map, perhaps pure forest on one side, and forest with a handful of small sites hidden within the trees, but, once again, it is not to be.
Imagine a blank field of trees, with a set of similar tiles one could place to create points of interest within...
Another tragic entry, alas!
Four tiles wasted on a gigantic fountain no "village" would have. One or two tiles of mud trampled around a village well could have been tiles someone would actually use.
Yet another colossal & outlandish tavern no local could afford, with gigantic (over five-foot diameter!) round tables, rather than normal plank affairs. This might be reasonable, if the tabletops were sections sawn from a mighty trunk, but from the grain, they are clearly not. And chairs, chairs, chairs, rather than normal tavern benches. Someone put a lot of money into serving these peasant yokels.
Attractive art of ludicrous content, so par for the course.
In my youth, I would have found Rope Trick a waste of space, but in my aged senility, I rather appreciate it (I'm even sorry it's so rare, since that'll drive up the single price).
Translucent weapons & walls can be had from WizKids' "War of Light" HeroClix minis.
Reaper's Bones does do a decent Wall of Fire set.
The black tentacles (& other tentacles) available through Auggie's are from Dungeon Crawler, available (painted or not) through their own site, as well.
As for a Dancing Lights mini, I would like 3 or 4 translucent white balls, set in a sturdy transparent plane (which might make a better Will-o-Wisp, too).